Thursday, October 29, 2015

Key events ahead – Deutsche Bank

FXStreet (Mumbai) - Analysts at Deutsche Bank enlist the risk events lined up release on both sides of the Atlantic in the day ahead.

Key Quotes:

“Turning over to today’s calendar now. In Europe Germany’s preliminary CPI report will be closely watched with the market expecting the YoY rate to nudge up a couple of tenths to +0.2%.”

“German unemployment data is also due and in Spain we’ll also get the latest CPI data along with retail sales.”

“Euro area consumer confidence is expected while the latest UK credit aggregates and mortgage approvals numbers for September are due. In the US this afternoon.”

“It’s all eyes on the Q3 GDP read, while we’ll also get the latest quarterly core PCE data, along with initial jobless claims and September pending home sales.”

“The Fed’s Lockhart is expected to make some comments today around lunchtime while it’s another busy day for earnings with 49 S&P 500 companies due to report with the highlights including ConocoPhillips and Time Warner (both prior to the US open).”

“In Europe 33 Stoxx 600 companies are expected to report earnings also, with Total, Royal Dutch Shell, Barclays Bank, Danske Bank and Banco Santander just some of the highlights.”
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